Final: Knicks 123 - Sixers 110
Philadelphia: Michael Carter-Williams - 23 Pts, 13 Reb, 10 Ast
New York: Tim Hardaway Jr. - 28 Pts, 2 Reb
- Michael Carter-Williams became the eighth player in the NBA this season to record multiple triple-doubles.
- The Knicks had four players, Tim Hardaway Jr. (28), Amar'e Stoudemire (23), Carmelo Anthony (22) and J.R. Smith (22), record 22 or more points.
- Tony Wroten had another solid offensive game off the bench for the Sixers scoring 23 points while grabbing five rebounds and dishing out three assists.
- Iman Shumpert was the only New York starter who did not score at least 13 points.
- James Anderson lead Philadelphia with 10 points in the first quarter and finished the game with 17.
- Tonight was a solid offensive night for both teams as the 76ers shot 51.2% from the field while the Knicks were even better shooting 54.3%.
- The loss drops the Sixers to 12-15 on the year when shooting 45.0% or better from the field.
- Wroten (5) and Carter-Williams (4) combined for nine of the 18 Sixers' turnovers tonight.
- It is the 17th consecutive loss for the Sixers and their ninth-straight by 11 or more points.
- Philadelphia is three losses away from tying the franchise record for most consecutive losses with 20 in 1973.
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